April 10, 2012
Muslim Brothers Turn Revolutionary
Larbi Sadiki, Al Jazeera
Regardless of the widespread cacophony, the decision by Egypt's Muslim Brotherhood (EMB) to contest the presidency is calculated to stop a "quiet coup" by the country's top brass.
The revolution within the EMB is no less important than the January 25 uprising that ousted Mubarak. Despite wide criticism, the EMB along with its political arm - the Freedom and Justice Party (FJP) - ups the ante on the presidential elections.
TAGGED: Egypt, Muslim Brotherhood, Khairat Al Shater